Click here to learn why Michael McLaughlin, JD ’14, believes law students should experience the Investor Advocacy Clinic.
McLaughlin says, “Try a clinic to practice being a lawyer. I would participate again in the Investor Advocacy Clinic because it is such a unique law school experience. Unlike a typical law school class where work is assigned individually, you work side by side with your classmates and the Clinic’s Director to accomplish your tasks. Unlike a typical law school class where education occurs solely in the classroom, you personally interact with members of the community by providing investor representation and education. And unlike a typical law school class where you feel like a student, the Clinic provides an atmosphere for you to feel like a lawyer.”
Learn more about the Investor Advocacy Clinic, including how to apply, during our information session on February 25 at noon and 5:00 p.m. in Room 330.